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That chump Dibney

When you’re talking about a character with a little more than 72 years of history behind him, there’s bound to be some subtle continuity peppered here and there. 127 more words

Plastic Man

Where's Plas?!

from Justice #8

art by Alex Ross and Doug Braithwaite

Plastic Man

In this week's New Yorker


I haven’t even gotten to this week’s issue, but I just finished last week’s, which is remarkably loaded with good substance, notwithstanding its enigmatic untitled Saul Steinberg cover. 150 more words

In This Week's New Yorker

Book review - Kingdom Come

Kingdom come

by Mark Waid (Author), Alex Ross (Artist), Todd Klein (Calligrapher)

“Even super-heroes need to grow”

This graphic novel was published on 1997. And the same year it won 4 prestigious awards. 450 more words

Superheroes

Adorno in brief

Another swing and miss on Adorno. [1]

According to Alex Ross,

When Adorno issued his own analyses of pop culture, though, he went off the beam.

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Culture

Preview: Guardians 3000 #1 Takes You Back to the Future This October!

This October, blast off into the far unknown with the adventures of the original Guardians of the Galaxy in a brand new ongoing series beginning in… 271 more words

Comics

Alex Ross Turns In Yet ANOTHER Amazing Comic Book Cover, This Time Out - Image Comics: "Tooth & Claw"

I challenge you to find ONE image by Alex Ross that you don’t like.  Go ahead…take your time… we’ll wait patiently…  If you are like us you just can’t do it.   472 more words

Art